Enterprise software toolmaker Atlassian this week released the latest version of its content and team collaboration platform.
Akka is Typesafe's asynchronous, event-driven middleware implemented in Scala.
Embarcadero Technologies today announced a new app development platform to help coders build native mobile apps targeting multiple devices with one codebase.
Xamarin added support for the SAP Mobile Platform to its stable of cross-platform mobile app development tools.
Oracle says it will stop providing commercial support for new versions of the GlassFish application server, though it will continue to deliver updates for the open-source edition.
This week Amazon announced the release of Amazon Analytics Server as part of its free, beta Amazon Insights software development kit (SDK).
On Wednesday the Django Project announced the release of Django 1.6, the latest version of the free, open source, Python-based Web application framework.
Typesafe, the chief commercial backer of the open source Scala project, expects its recent acquisition of Spray.io to broaden the appeal of the Typesafe Platform to Java developers with "one of the best performing REST/HTTP libraries in the Java ecosystem."
Microsoft has reversed an earlier decision and will now give Windows Phone developers earlier access to operating system updates.
The open source OpenXava project, which recently announced its 4.8 release, is filling a niche among enterprise developers charged with building Web apps fast.
Information technology executives are dragging their feet because of concerns about cost, complexity and security, a recent survey finds.
Among the improvements in version 1.8.2 is an update of the Google Plugin For Eclipse.
The goal of CapeDwarf is an implementation of the Google App Engine (GAE) API that allows Java developers to deploy their applications on Red Hat's JBoss Application Server (JBoss AS) unmodified.
The Eclipse Foundation is set to announce the eighth annual synchronized launch of multiple Eclipse projects and project upgrades this week.
Developers, who often get blamed for performance problems that have nothing to do with their applications, can use this new tool to show what's really happening on the system.
Developer tools and solutions provider Telerik last week released the first commercial version of Icenium.
Salesforce.com this week launched Salesforce Platform Mobile Services, aimed at letting developers and ISVs use their existing skills and preferred programming environments to port their apps to mobile form factors using the company's cloud service as a conduit.
Apache Struts 1.x is no longer officially supported, according to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF).
CA Technologies is launching a new Application Performance Management (APM) solution via its Software as a Service (SaaS) platform.
According to a Microsoft blog, the company is offering $100 per app built for the Windows Store and Windows Phone Store.